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Born: February 5, 1946 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Sturmer, England, GB Profession: Cast ... actor singer model


An alluring presence in features and on television since the 1960s, actress Charlotte Rampling defined sexual freedom and fearlessness over the ensuing decades in such films as "Georgy Girl" (1966), "The Damned" (1969), "Vanishing Point" (1971) and "The Night Porter" (1974). Though her immediate appeal was her physicality, Rampling became a cinematic icon in the 1970s, thanks to a screen presence that was at the same time confident, passionate and reserved. After star turns in "The Verdict" (1982) and "Angel Heart" (1987), her star waned in the late 1980s due to personal turmoil, though she rebounded in the late 1990s as Aunt Maude in "Wings of a Dove" (1997). Rampling went on to impress audiences with performances as Miss Havisham in "Great Expectations" (BBC, 1999), as well as critical darlings "Under the Sand" (2000) and "Swimming Pool" (2003). As she entered her sixties, Rampling's career was in full bloom, with steely supporting turns in "The Duchess" (2008) and "Never Let Me Go" (2010). The definition of class for many a moviegoer the world over, Rampling's formidable body of work made her one of the most respected actresses on two continents.

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